5 Things: Luke Donald may not be the World No. 1 anymore, but he's concerned only with improving his game. So far in his 2013 PGA Tour debut, Donald is two shots back of the lead heading into the weekend at Riviera.
Sang-Moon Bae and Fredrik Jacobson posted impressive, albeit surprising, 6-under 65s to vault to the top of the leaderboard at Riviera.
The star-studded field at Riviera didn't disappoint on Thursday, with Matt Kuchar atop the leaderboard. But it was Sang-Moon Bae and Fredrik Jacobson who stole the show Friday, taking a share of the lead entering the weekend. See how it all unfolded!
While most of the spring season is ahead of us, our Sean Martin breaks down the Haskins Award Watch List, with Cal's Michael Kim at No. 1. Can someone make a run at the two-time winner?
Past results of the Golfweek West Coast Junior Invitational
Mike Miller, a U.S. Walker Cup candidate, is blogging for the Metropolitan Golf Association during a 25-day trek to Europe. Here are his posts . . .
James Achenbach laments that if only the golf industry had uniform equipment standards, it would be so much easier to compare contemporary shafts and simpler to fit golfers with the proper equipment.
Mariajo Uribe shot a 6-under 67 on Friday to overtake South Korea's Jiyai Shin and overnight leader Lydia Ko, claiming a one-stroke lead after the second round of the LPGA Tour's season-opening Women's Australian Open.
Kalen Harris, 34, might run the show at South Carolina, but her assistant Puggy Blackmon, 62, has plenty to offer in the way of swing advice. They are definitely a power - and odd - couple.
The original KBS Tour shaft (well-known because of use by Ernie Els, Steve Stricker, Adam Scott and others) was followed by the KBS Tour C-Taper and the KBS Tour V2, played by Phil Mickelson.
KBS’ Kim Braly called the KBS Tour 90 “more of a player’s shaft than a lightweight shaft,” although the shaft appeals to a wide range of skilled golfers.
What is the difference between the Dynamic Gold and Project X? Both are heavy (in the 125-gram range), and they produce similar shot patterns -- but they target different types of feel.
The shaft of choice on the PGA Tour, the old reliable Dynamic Gold (the first Dynamic shaft appeared in 1942) outnumbers Project X by a 3-1 ratio on Tour.
Introduced at the PGA Merchandise Show, the Nippon N.S. Pro Modus 3 Tour 130 features relatively low tip rigidity to produce a higher trajectory.
According to Nippon, the N.S. Pro 950GH is their best-selling shaft, available only through the company's network of custom clubmakers.